Round 2, Pick 2: Running back Kareem Hunt (Kansas City Chiefs)
Round 3, Pick 11: Tight end Zach Ertz (Philadelphia Eagles)
Round 4, Pick 2: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers)
Round 5, Pick 11: Wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (San Francisco 49ers)
Round 6, Pick 2: Wide receiver Jamison Crowder (Washington Redskins)
Round 7, Pick 11: Running back Kerryon Johnson (Detroit Lions)
Round 8, Pick 2: Wide receiver Nelson Agholor (Philadelphia Eagles)
ound 9, Pick 11: Wide receiver DJ Moore (Carolina Panthers)
Round 10, Pick 2: Wide receiver Keelan Cole (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Round 11, Pick 11: Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (San Francisco 49ers)
Round 12, Pick 2: Quarterback Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs)
Round 13, Pick 11: Los Angeles Rams team defense
Round 14, Pick 2: Kicker Greg Zuerlein (Los Angeles Rams)
Round 15, Pick 11: Wide receiver James Washington (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Round 16, Pick 2: Running back James Connor (Pittsburgh Steelers)
FantasyPros hated this draft and gave me a D despite listing me as having taken the top quarterback, top kicker, third-best tight end and fourth-best running back tandem. But FantasyPros hated my wide receiver corps and graded my bench as the worst in the league.
So IGNORE GRADES. I like this team. I am higher than most on Johnson and Goodwin. And the longer Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffrey is hurt, the better his teammate Agholor becomes.
I grabbed two Steelers with huge upside at the end of the draft. This is always a great idea at the end of drafts: throw some darts. If they work, great. If they don't, it's not a big deal in Rounds 15 and 16. The waiver wire is your friend.